Updated, Feb 2023

Malta is an archipelago country. It is in the Mediterranean Sea just little far from Sicily Island of Italy. Its also not too far from Tunisia and Libya in Africa. There are three inhabited islands and many small rocks and islands. It’s capital Valletta is in Malta island, which is also the biggest island in the group. Malta has long history and has many historical sites from Ancient times when nearby Greek and Roman civilizations was on its peak.

Mdina, located in the center of Malta, is known for its medieval architecture and historic city walls. It is also home to many beautiful churches and museums.

Valletta, the capital of Malta, is a beautiful city known for its stunning architecture and rich history. It is home to many world-famous landmarks, including the St. John’s Co-Cathedral and the Grand Harbour.

Victoria, located on the island of Gozo, is known for its beautiful citadel and stunning views of the Mediterranean. It is also home to many museums and galleries, including the Gozo Museum of Archaeology.